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Derby

A city in the East Midlands UK; pronounced DAR bee.
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Having resumed this morning on 190 for eight, Derbyshire lost their last two wickets for 19 runs and as expected Glamorgan enforced the follow on - and there was an amazing start to the Derbyshire second innings as they lost the first four wickets in just 31 balls and the top three men all went for ducks.
And Derbyshire crumbled again in the second innings before Rob Bailey and Graeme Welch halted the slide.
Backed by Derbyshire County Council and the Derbyshire Economic Partnership (DEP), Invest in Derbyshire has been designed to support the county's ambition to be the destination of choice for investors and businesses.
This resulted in a mutli-agency investigation into the missing cash, which led police to Derbyshire.
Wood showed he is ready for next week's First Test against Pakistan by taking 6 for 46 in 23 overs but determined batting from Derbyshire's lower order kept Durham at bay.
Newly-appointed Derbyshire director of cricket Kim Barnett said: "Luis is a very talented batsman, in both red- and white-ball cricket, who is also an improving left-arm seam bowler.
Hamaiz Mahmood and Ryan Bramwell both bagged three wickets for Derbyshire.
It was Glamorgan's batsmen who caught the eye as they scored more than 66% of their 410 for 9 declared in boundaries with former Derbyshire all-rounder Graham Wagg scoring 62 from 64 balls.
It was Glamorgan's first County Championship victory over Derbyshire in Cardiff for 22 years going.
A spokesperson for Derbyshire Fire and Rescue service said: "It is with regret that Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service can report that at 04.58 hours, the service was called to attend a serious house fire where tragically four people lost their lives.
YORKSHIRE went back to the top of LV= County Championship Division One by wrapping up an innings and 113-run victory over Derbyshire on the third day at Chesterfield despite a brilliant century from Wayne Madsen.

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